A Million Bucks by 30

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A Million Bucks by 30

How to Overcome a Crap Job, Stingy Parents, and a Useless Degree to Become a Millionaire Before (or After) Turning Thi

By Alan Corey

Ballantine Books, Paperback, 9780345499721, 223pp.

Publication Date: December 26, 2007

At twenty-two, Alan Corey left his mom's basement in Atlanta and moved to New York City with one goal in mind: to become a millionaire by the time he was thirty. His parents and friends laughed, but six years later they were all celebrating his prosperous accomplishment at a bar Corey owned in one of Brooklyn's hippest neighborhoods.
No, Corey didn t climb the corporate ladder to build his fortune. In fact, he worked the same entry-level 9-to-5 job for six years straight. But by pinching his pennies and making sound investments, he watched a pittance blossom into a seven-digit bank account. In "A Million Bucks by 30," Corey recounts his rags-to-riches journey and shares his secrets to success.
What a steal . . . For any entrepreneur the advice in these pages is worth more than a million bucks.
Barbara Corcoran, founder, The Corcoran Group
This is the best personal finance book I ve ever read. Part self-help, part brass-tacks money guide; Corey's confessional tales of making it to the million dollar mark are as hilarious as they are helpful.
John Reynolds, writer, "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

About the Author
Alan Corey is a well-recognized author, entrepreneur, and real estate investor. His debut book, A Million Bucks by 30, chronicled his first journey to riches as a penny-pinching real estate investor, bar owner, and reality-TV regular. His comedic and autobiographical tales of his finances have been heard or seen on more than 50 radio and TV shows, including CNBC's The Big Idea with Donnie Deutsch; CNN's Tips from the Top; ABC's Money Matters; Fox & Friends; and Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he now lives in Brooklyn, New York. Find out more at alancorey.com.